Chingola


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Chin•go•la

(tʃɪŋˈgoʊ lə)

n.
a town in N central Zambia. 214,000.
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To upgrade Telecoms and Signalling System along Zambia s Livingstone Chingola Railway Line.
Their draw away against Zambia in Chingola was not enough to win their group, but it was good enough to see them finish in one of the two best runner-up berths to surprise everybody - perhaps even themselves - with their feat.
Children from Lepton CE Junior, Infant and Nursery School collected stationery items to donate to its link school Lubuto school in Chingola, Zambia as part of its harvest celebrations.
Peter and Irene, both 30, are engineering graduates of Lusaka university and have been working since 2006 in Chingola, a small copperbelt town in Zambia in southern Africa.
In 2006 the Vedanta-run KCM polluted the Kafue River and several residents of Chingola, a mining town, were admitted to hospital for drinking contaminated water.
Jim commenced his career on the Zambian Copperbelt where he rose to Divisional Manager of the Chingola Division, which operated the world class Nchanga underground/open pit copper mines.
Born in Zambia, where her father was a headmaster and her mother a teacher at a mixed school in Chingola, Adrianne and her sister and brother enjoyed a free and easy upbringing.
Malaria control by residual insecticide spraying in Chingola and Chililabombwe, Copperbelt Province, Zambia.
The following year the couple moved to Zambia, where they worked as chemists for the Nchanga Consolidated Copper Mine in Chingola.
I WOULD like to get in touch with Marion and Dave Gibson, originally from the Rutherglen area, who lived in Kitne and Chingola, Zambia, in 1973-76.
Speaking from his home in the copper-mining town of Chingola, Kyle recalled that golden Grand Slam season.
TSX:FM) (LSE:FQM) is pleased to announce that the new ZESCO Limited 330KV power line linking the cities of Chingola and Solwezi has been completed and energized.